Classic Algebra: Two Enrichment Examples
Herb Gross describes two examples of linear relationships and how they arose. The first is Gauss' formula for the sum of an arithmetic progression and the second is the Celsius/Farenheit conversion formula. You will be fascinated by their history and relevance. Herb Gross describes the benefits of self-paced learning of Algebra and stresses the relevance of the topics that are covered in this course. This material and much more is also available online at www.adjectivenounmath.com.
Run time 28 minutes 9 secondsProducer Professor Herbert I. GrossAudio/Visual sound, color